Director Asks Audiences To Not Watch His Films

Director Asks Audiences To Not Watch His Films

Noted director Gautham Menon is always known for making sharp comments on certain things. Whether it comes to bashing heroes and calling producers, he sometimes slipped into controversies. And this time, he has shocked everyone by asking them to not watch two of his films during this lockdown period where everyone is in self-isolation at their houses.

Taking to social media, actually, the Ye Maya Chesave filmmaker released a video advisory where he spoke about staying home and staying safe. In this video, the director stated that most of his films actually have heroes travelling to some other places and doing things, and watching them might trigger audiences with similar thoughts. "Especially don't watch Ajith's Enthavaadu gani and Naga Chaitanya's Saahasam Swaasaga Saagipo as they involve heroes doing lots of travelling. They might make people break the lockdown and come outside" he says.

Well, most of Gautham Menon's films have this touch of heroes going to different places. In Ye Maya Chesave, the hero goes from Hyderabad to Kerala, while Raghavan travels from India to the USA to catch criminals. His upcoming Dhruva Natachitram has a set of lead actors going all around the world for a mission. So we have to see how audiences take up his advice.

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